WITH its roots deeply entrenched in innovation, Girard-Perregaux (GP) has been the maker of many landmark watch creations in its 225-year history.
From the introduction of early automatic watches in the 18th century by founder Jean-Francois Bautte, to the 19th century when it was the first to commercially produce wristwatches. In recent times, GP was once again the first to use a high frequency movement, beating at 36,000 vibrations per hour, with the Gyromatic HF.
Featuring its two distinctive crowns on either side of the case, Girard-Perregaux’s World Wide Time Control combines the chronograph and world time functions in one stylish package.
It allows for the instant and simultaneous reading of time in 24 cities around the planet. Part of the 1966 collection, the WW.TC also features a polished bezel, opaline dial, sapphire crystal glass and comes with straps in black alligator leather strap or steel.
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